changing room

noun British.
a locker room, usually with showers, for athletes.

Origin:
1935–40

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Later the referee was besieged in his changing room and the police had to be
  called.
Changing room use is free, with lockers available for a charge.
Before entering the changing room, remove jewelry, wallets and other valuables.
Children should be taught not to share towels, hair brushes, and similar items
  either at poolside or in the changing room.
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